From Idea to Deliverable: Planning and Executing Your Grant-Funded Project
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 | Location: Westin Convention Center Hotel, Pittsburgh, PA
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Your archive or library has an important collection of audio recordings and you've come up with a project to process it. You're thinking of writing a grant to help fund the project, but you're not sure how to begin.
The Education and Training Committee is presenting a pre-conference workshop for Wednesday, May 27, 2015 that will help you find answers to all your questions. This year's day-long workshop, From Idea to Deliverable: Planning and Executing Your Grant-Funded Project can help you understand and find your way through the complicated and complex world of writing grant proposals and completing a grant funded project. The workshop includes an afternoon tour of MediaPreserve. Bus transportation will be provided.
ARSC is once again offering its pre-conference workshop in a live streaming online version for those who are unable to attend the conference in person in Pittsburgh. An archived version will also be made available to all registrants for a limited time. Whichever way you choose to attend, we hope to see you there!
The workshop is approved for 5 Archival Recertification Credits through the Academy of Certified Archivists. Please contact the Academy of Certified Archivists for more information.
In-Person Workshop registration fees (limit 50 people):
Online workshop registration is discounted for ARSC members, so please join today to take advantage of the member discount.
To register and pay online, please complete this form and select your registration options. After you make your selections you will be able to pay securely online using PayPal or a credit card of your choice. Click on the grey "x" in the shopping cart window to delete any unwanted items from the cart.
For additional information please contact Karen Fishman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Aaron Bittel (email@example.com).
ARSC is committed to providing equal access in all aspects of its business, including its conferences, meetings, and publications. Please contact ARSC Executive Director to discuss accommodations for disabilities: Nathan Georgitis, firstname.lastname@example.org, 541-346-1852.